(March 15, 2019) -- The UTSA community will pay respects to UTSA students, faculty, staff and alumni who passed away in 2018 at the 11th annual Roadrunner Remembrance. The ceremony takes place at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 22 in the Student Union Retama Auditorium (SU 2.02.02). The university will also honor two individuals who have been great champions for UTSA – Tom C. Frost and Edith McAllister.
Roadrunner Remembrance will feature readings and music to honor the individuals’ contributions to UTSA. A feather is placed in a nest to symbolize and honor each Roadrunner’s legacy. A reception will immediately follow the ceremony at the Memorial Garden where a symbolic feather wreath will be placed.
Guillermo Nicolas Angelino
Leroy (Roy) Braswell
Edmund Ray Comsti
James De Leon
Bobbi Jean Fickle
Robert Le Pere
Manuel Mendez III
Barbara Snyder DeCuir
Juana (Janie) Treviño
Kenneth Van Damme
Fred (Fritz) Wernli
Patricia (Patti) White
Families that want to commemorate the time their loved one was at UTSA are encouraged to purchase a brick to be included on the Paseo. The Pave the Paseo project, a brick pathway along the Student Union Paseo, features bricks engraved with names and organizations.
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